Posts by: Stephanie D. Zimmerman, MSN

Cancer costs. Few people realize how financially devastating cancer is for many people. It drains one’s savings (even with good health insurance); it may disrup…

I’ve lived my life as one affected by childhood cancer, and I’ve spent my professional life serving as a pediatric oncology nurse practitioner which means that…

It was Christmas time 1978 and all I wanted was a Simon (you know the old-fashioned pattern game; it was all the rage in 1978); more than that though I wanted t…

Even the fearless, the seemingly undaunted get fear[full]. I hope everyone who reads this post understands that it’s ALL about being authentic and transparent,…

These last 3 weeks have brought me face to face with a reality that I prefer to deny: my stamina takes a hit when something goes awry within my body’s terrain c…

Coming off of our #FlashBlab with Khevin Barnes on Tuesday, here is my twist on an Emory Austin quote:   “Some days you won’t feel like laughing: Laugh anyway!”…

What if: You could plan ahead for the possibility that your tumor might fall into the 50% that don’t respond to the Standard of Care? You could take action to p…

Anti-Cancer Club had the opportunity to sit and talk with Stefanie Sacks, author of What the Fork Are You Eating?: An Action Plan for Your Pantry and Plate, and…

This Sunday (6/12) Michael Kovarik and I will are pleased to welcome Eric Winer, MD of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to CancerBlab. Dr. Winer is the Director…

Kindred Comfort Where there is kindred, there is comfort. Two individuals: alike, yet distinct in these moments. Two lives: threatened in youth; restored with c…

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